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The Berkshire Echo 85

Posted on: 06 Nov 2018

October 2018: A tremendous triumph for right and justice: Berkshire rejoices - Crosses and Torpedoes: competing war memorial visions - Signed in a railway coach

The Berkshire Echo 84

Posted on: 09 Jul 2018

July 2018: Coleshill House and Estate - Conserving Coleshill - New to the Archives

The Berkshire Echo 83

Posted on: 05 Apr 2018

April 2018: A New Britain: transforming health and welfare -  Making friends with the enemy - A Sporting Sensation - New to the Archives

The Berkshire Echo 82

Posted on: 10 Jan 2018

January 2018: Orphans of the Sea: a short history of the RMNEF - Life at the Institution - Case study: Elizabeth Mary Askins - From orphan to hero: Richard Been Stannard - New to the Archives

The Berkshire Echo 81

Posted on: 05 Oct 2017

October 2017: Hooting and bludgeons in the fields - Broken Windows - Captain Swing: a contemporary view - Russian Echoes - New to the Archives

The Berkshire Echo 80

Posted on: 01 Aug 2017

July 2017: The Assizes - A Reading Judge - Applause in Court: the juror's tale - New to the Archives

The Berkshire Echo 79

Posted on: 04 May 2017

April 2017: Caroline Norton and the Reform of Child Custody - A Private Arrangement: Separate Ways in Sunningdale - Marriage and Illegitimacy in the Middle Ages - Dubious Paternity - A Private Arrangement: the Pregnant Maid - New to the Archives

The Berkshire Echo 78

Posted on: 03 Jan 2017

January 2017: Clewer House of Mercy: an Overview - Entering the House of Mercy: a Penitent testifies - New to the Archives

The Berkshire Echo 77

Posted on: 16 Nov 2016

October 2016: Before the Conquest: a picture of Anglo Saxon Berkshire - Origins of Berkshire as the Royal County - English, French or Latin: Language and the Conquest - New to the archives

The Berkshire Echo 76

Posted on: 07 Sep 2016

July 2016: Public Assistance in Berkshire: a new way of helping the poor; The 1930s; Children in Care; After the War - The Pauper Taint Persists - New to the Archives

The Berkshire Echo 75

Posted on: 05 Apr 2016

April 2016: Pea Soup and step-dancing: Irish internees in Reading - 'Traitors all': the Easter Rising seen from Berkshire - New to the Archives

The Berkshire Echo 74

Posted on: 05 Jan 2016

January 2016: An essentially English architect - "Useless to employ first classed architects" in Slough? - New to the Archives

 

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The Berkshire Echo 85
October 2018: A tremendous triumph for right and justice: Berkshire rejoices ...